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TitleEnergy conservation effects on road safety
AuthorsMcLean AJ
Year1983
TypeConference Paper
AbstractSome of the ways in which energy conservationmeasures are affecting the safety of road transportation are reviewed in this paper. The areas considered include traffic legislation and control, type of vehicle, size of car and type of fuel. It is concluded that many of the simple measures that have been adopted to conserve fuel have had a detrimental effect on safety.
Report NumberSAE 830941
PublisherSociety of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Inc
Publisher CityTokyo, Japan
Conference NameMotor vehicle technology: progress and harmony, the second international Pacific conference on Automotive Engineering
Conference LocationTokyo, Japan
Conference Date7-10 November 1983
Journal Volume (Issue)2
Page Range757-765 (vol 2)
Page Count9
Notesavailable from CASR library on request

Reference
McLean AJ (1983) 'Energy conservation effects on road safety', Proceedings of Motor vehicle technology: progress and harmony, the second international Pacific conference on Automotive Engineering, pp 757-765 (vol 2).